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All books using the keywords: Benjamin Robert Sill

A Study of Downsizing in the United States Benjamin Robert Sill
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Economic Observations Benjamin Robert Sill
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ISBN: 9781081722166
Most people think they have a pretty good handle on the answers to their questions. Nevertheless, they have to be asked. Blood and Circuses has been a technique to keep the masses in line for centuries. The Romans did it with gladiator fights and death by lions to distract the average people from noticing that they were being screwed. Leaders are a lot sneakier now. They do it with reality TV. The over-riding answer to most problems is that humans are way less than perfect; and that's putting it mildly. As of 2010 there were more than 100 million people in some kind of federal welfare program, 64 million on Social Security, 54 million on Medicare and 70 million on Medicaid. Food ...
Government Gone Wild Dr. Benjamin Robert Sill
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ISBN: 9780997264647
As prevalent as “Wall Street greed” is, and as nasty and evil as most in the industry are (just like the rest of us), nothing has changed over time. Wall Street is always greedy, only with the means to do something about it. The rich getting more than their fair share is nothing new, it's been going on since the beginning of time. The only thing that might be of interest to us is we are now very near the top of the list of greedy regimes. An important point to note is that even though two wrongs do not make a right, “Greed” has no time boundaries either. It has been going on since the beginning of time: Rome, the Byzantine Empire, England in 1688, India in 1750, Spain in 1752, Mexico in ...
Inequality- Must there be Blood in the Streets! Professor Benjamin Robert Sill, Jr.
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Which is worse? That we are becoming a second class society, or that the wealth gap is larger than at any time in history? Other countries are not the enemy, the rich and powerful in all countries are. In today's world of instant communication the information is readily available that says the average person is being left out. How come we allow it? Is it that we don’t care, or that we don’t know how to fight it? Like lambs to the slaughter we just keep taking the unfairness. Why isn’t there blood in the streets? Inequality is one of those festering time bombs that lead to unrest and eventually someone getting hurt. Apparently that’s what it will take to rectify the situation.
Inflation-Worse than Vampires, Zombies, or the Plague Dr. Benjamin Robert Sill
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ISBN: 9780997264685
There are any number of age old mysteries we have yet to resolve. Inflation is such a mystery. Many bright people have diametrically opposed views on the subject. Inflation is a critical issue. But tough to understand. This book attempts to make things a little clearer and offer a few solutions to this critical and confusing business phenomena In the United States, there are millions of people who have worked hard all their lives, scrimped, saved, and invested to build a nest egg—to ensure a decent retirement. Many could wind up barely surviving, especially savers and the elderly, now financially dependent on their families, or starving, thanks to inflation! Many of these people bli ...
International Communication and Economics Dr. Benjamin Robert Sill
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ISBN: 9781733117135
Today’s world is getting smaller. Not actually, but communication, having improved by quantum leaps, makes it seem so. Now all we have to do is use the technology well while still maintaining a level of civility. The difference between developed and developing countries is stark in many ways; yet everyone has a cell phone. The key to most communication is making an effort to understand that which is different. Not an easy task. Let’s face it, would you rather be in Germany or the Congo? Off the top of my head I can think of inequality for women and a satisfaction with less space. One must be careful of prejudging because many of the developing countries are very wealthy in natural ...
Philosophy and Human Nature Dr. Benjamin Robert Sill
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ISBN: 9781733117128
Don’t kid yourself, good management and personal techniques never go out of style. Sure, we have nice toys that should make our jobs and lives easier. But do they? Nah! If the bomb went off tomorrow, and we lived, we would manage somehow. Perhaps most people would have to downsize from the McMansions and maybe some of the deadbeats would have to go to work, but in general most would manage. Of course, if the management techniques don’t go out of fashion, neither does human nature- at least not yet. Given the opportunity, most people are greedy and would do bad things to others if it were to their advantage. The only difference between the workers and the greedy CEO is opportunity.